Cocaine, oxycontin, and liquor are just a few of the drugs officials talked about at a press conference Thursday morning. Warren County schools and Bowling Green Independent schools both announced the results from the annual "Pride" drug survey.
The survey shows that more students are abusing liquor, downers, hallucinogens, cocaine, inhalants, and oxycontin compared to last year. Officials say another alarming trend includes the increase in drug use among preteens. The good news is that compared to last year, less students are drinking beer or using uppers or ecstasy. The survey asked more than four thousand students in Bowling Green and Warren County about drug usage.
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